Join the Cambridge University Chinese Orchestra - the region’s only orchestra dedicated to Chinese music for an enjoyable evening of Chinese music featuring both Western and traditional Chinese instruments. This promises to be a night of delightful Chinese music, with an eclectic mix of pieces including the acclaimed Celebration Overture, a vivacious rendition of Dance of the Yao People, and contrasting selections from the Haixia Suite. Programme - Wong Fu Tong Symphony Condor Heroes (Selections), Wang Ming Haixia Suite (Selections),…Find out more »
Paris entre-deux-guerres played host to some of the greatest creative geniuses who ever lived. Throughout the 1920s and 30s, in the salons and concert halls of the French capital, Gershwin and Copland rubbed shoulders with Picasso and Chagall, Gertrude Stein and Ernest Hemingway, Coco Chanel and Nina Ricci. The music of the time was as varied as it was brilliant. In this concert, Stravinsky’s austerely beautiful Symphony of Psalms contrasts with the unabashedly lush sound world of Francis Poulenc. Programme…Find out more »
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